Out of your entire list none of these are any numbers related to economy factors looked at as growth or decline.<quoted text>
Required every individual to buy health insurance as part of his healthcare reform, which the Congressional Budget Office says will cost twice as much as the White House originally advertised.
Raised the Medicare Payroll tax from 2.9 percent to 3.8 percent.
Ignored proposals of his own Bipartisan Deficit Commission and thus guaranteed further choking deficits and financial uncertainty.
Allowed the United States to become the highest corporate tax nation in the developed world.
Imposed a requirement that every employer with more than 49 employees provide health care insurance or pay a fine.
Changed rules on unionization votes so the majority of employees no longer need to vote to unionize, allowing easier unionization.
Created a new rule requiring every employer to post notices on union “rights,”(found illegal by a federal court in April).
Only moved on Bush free trade agreements and failed to enter one new free trade agreement, even while our competitors have entered many, making U.S. goods more expensive to export.
Funded Solyndra and other unworthy companies, wasting taxpayer money but also discouraging other privately funded companies from entering the market.
Cut authorization of permits restricting drilling in Gulf and slowed permitting of new oil drilling so our future oil supply will be restricted and gas prices will be higher.
Blocked the construction of the Keystone Pipeline that would have given jobs to thousands of American workers, further reducing the domestic oil supply and forcing our ally Canada to turn to China as a more willing partner.
Issued 106 new major rules that cost U.S. businesses $11 billion in implementation and more than $46 billion each year.
Increased the deficit more than $4 trillion, causing the first-ever downgrade in the U.S. credit rating and for the first time raising serious questions about U.S. financial stability.(Now more than $6 trillion.)
Many more. Please refer to site.
This is what is always looked at to rate the economy:
Housing - up for the first time in 5 years.
Jobs - with the exception of one month - 40 straight months of improvement.
Oil Production - highest in 10 years, lowest IMPORT in 20 years - highest EXPORT in 70 years.
Stock Market - near record levels.
Car Sales - highest levels in 5 years.
Overall Manufacturing - Up for 5 years in a row.